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From Ljubljana to Vienna

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From Ljubljana to Vienna


I'm having a "Central Europe tour" which includes Vienna, Bratislava, Krakow, Prague, Ljubljana and Bled.

I found some train connections which arrives at 13.27 to Wien Meidling! On that day, i have a flight at 16.55 from Vienna Airport. Are the trains usually on time in this route? Also, can i be on time with this train to airport?

On the other hand the all information for buses in this route will be useful.

Thank you!

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1. Re: From Ljubljana to Vienna

Austrian trains are mostly on time. I see, you will take a train(MV314) from LesceBled(8.10h) to Villach(9.08h)! And catch the train at 9.14h to ViennaMeidling(EC102)! That train wait only few minutes on a train from Slovenia!

You schould check in the morning about possible delay. In case more as 15min. take my fellow

www.bled-taxi.si to Klagenfurt!

Edited: 16 April 2013, 06:45
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